I would rather ask you, do you expect an answer?
I often wonder when people ask questions what kind of answers are expected.
When I ask a question I do expect an answer, but what I usually get are answers that sound like all-encompassing, the truth in its final instance.
With an air of finality! Bang! Bang! Bang!
Most people assume that the person who asks the question does not know the answer or there is one answer that fits all.
I am not clueless, the reason I ask questions is to gauge the interest on a subject and get a range of opinions. I do have an intention to finalize the "Question & Answers" session with a hub of my own. I really like when a question is so good that people are motivated to write a hub rather a short response.
For example "Are men more deluded than women?"
"Yes, they are". Frankly, what is the point of answering like that? Just to get the statistics on how many questions you have asked and how many questions you have answered?
It is a goal, but the point? Point Zero.
That is my resounding Bang! Bang! Bang!